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    Part 3: Pb-Pb dating of lunar basalts and determination of lunar chemical geodynamics.

    Saturday, September 3, 2022

    Prof. Martin Whitehouse, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm, details the benefits of both direct and Scanning Ion Imaging (SII) at high mass resolution illustrated by recent case studies. Recording of a seminar hosted by IUAC, Delhi, India.


    Duration: 10 minutes

  • webinar steinhauser
    Subcellular measurements of cell turnover and metabolism with NanoSIMS

    Wednesday, August 31, 2022

    Pr. Steinhauser reports on his investigation of metabolic processes including glucose, lipid and nucleic acid metabolism, and cell turnover with NanoSIMS.

    Duration: 49 minutes

  • Develos
    Using SIMS for materials development of high-performance solid oxide fuel cells

    Wednesday, July 20, 2022

    Katherine Develos-Bagarinao will present her most recent research projects on SOFCs using Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS) as a primary characterization tool.

    Duration: 27 minutes

  • Webinar Silvio Rizzoli
    NanoSIMS Imaging of the Brain in Health and Disease

    Friday, June 3, 2022

    In this webinar, Dr Silvio Rizzoli will present NanoSIMS Imaging of the Brain in Health and Disease.

    Duration : 41 minutes

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    Part 2: Full U-Pb analysis from complex imaged zircon grains from the early Earth and the Moon as well as terrestrial impact craters

    Wednesday, February 9, 2022

    Prof. Martin Whitehouse, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm, details the benefits of both direct and Scanning Ion Imaging (SII) at high mass resolution illustrated by recent case studies. Recording of a seminar hosted by IUAC, Delhi, India.
    Approx. 7 minutes

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    Part 1: Pb-isotope imaging of ultra-high temperature zircon, the most widely used mineral in geochronology.

    Wednesday, February 9, 2022

    Prof. Martin Whitehouse, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm, details the benefits of both direct and Scanning Ion Imaging (SII) at high mass resolution illustrated by recent case studies . Recording of a seminar hosted by IUAC, Delhi, India.
    Approx. 30 minutes

  • Application of SIMS in Solar PV Research: The Role of Hydrogen in Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells
    Application of SIMS in Solar PV Research: The Role of Hydrogen in Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells

    Wednesday, February 9, 2022

    In this webinar, Dr Di Kang will present results suggesting that, to achieve the highest passivation quality, an optimum amount of hydrogen surrounding the interfacial SiOx is needed, while insufficient or excess hydrogen can both lead to degradation of poly-Si passivation.

    Duration : 37 minutes